Live, from ‘a special place in hell’!

As one who does support female – and male – candidates who promote ideas and causes in which I believe, I was naturally disappointed when several women lost.  Can you say Sarah Palin and Carly Fiorina?  But of course, I was thrilled when Nikki Haley won her race for governor of South Carolina, made especially satisfactory because she was a woman of minority heritage and a Republican from a Southern state.  So I thought I was in heaven – or beginning to see it.  And it looked pretty good to me.  But what do I know? Not much, according to the experts, former secretary of state Madeleine Albright and feminist icon (to many) Gloria Steinem.  Shocked at Clinton's floundering campaign and the successes of  Bernie Sanders, a formerly obscure senator from the small, relatively unimportant state of Vermont, in winning women's votes, especially those of younger women, the two lashed out, revealing their true contemptuous feelings...(Read Full Post)